Ngadi Chuli is considered the 20th highest peak in the Mansiri or the Manaslu Himal Range. The mountain looks even more beautiful when the weather is clear. Ngadi Chuli stands proudly at the height of 7871 meters.
Moreover, Ngadi Chuli is also known as Peak 29. It is believed to have been first climbed by two members of a Japanese expedition in 1970, but this is unconfirmed as they suffered a fatal fall on the descent. Three subsequent Japanese expeditions met with failure. The only confirmed ascent [and the last attempt on the mountain] was in 1979 by two Polish climbers via the West buttress.
Similarly,it is also known as Gurkha Massif in Nepal, the peak has many names like Peak 29, Dakura, Dakum and Dunapurna. This beautiful mountain is bordered by Manaslu Himal in the northern side and it has Himalchuli, also known as Himchuli as the southern border.
The best time of the year for the climb is April and May when the weather is clearer to climb in Ngadi Chuli Peak.